Sunday 8 September, 10am-1pm
Car parking at Companion Place (off Cooper Street), next to RSPCA Epping - see map.
Come along on this free exciting walk and talk on National Threatened Species Day to learn more about local threatened plants and animals including the endangered Growling Grass Frogs (pictured) and maybe even seeing some!
Booking is essential - see below.
Features a walk to discover local fauna in a special part of the Merri Creek catchment that is not usually open to the public, activities for the whole family, including presentations from plant and animal experts, and planting of local wildlfowers, followed by a picnic lunch (provided).
Come discover and learn more about these fascinating species that are part of our bushland backyard. Suitable for adults and children aged 4 and above.
Please wear appropriate clothing for the weather and comfortable walking shoes. Bring binoculars if you have them. Lunch will be provided (please notify us of any dietary requirements).
This event is funded with the support of the Victorian Government and is also proudly supported by the City of Whittlesea.